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4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell
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4D - Mentoring - Judith Jewell

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Speaker at CFG's Annual Conference 2012

Speaker at CFG's Annual Conference 2012

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  • 1. Mentoring Judith Jewell Professional and Personal Development
  • 2. Mentoring is usually seen as a particular form of relationship thatgenerally occurs between an older, more experienced member ofan organisation and a younger, less experienced one, serving avariety of developmental functions for both parties. P IlesA mixture of parent and peer, the mentor’s primary function is to be a transitional figure in an individual’s development. D Clutterbuck, The Mentoring Kit
  • 3. A mentor is part warm bath, part cold shower…. It is aboutenabling, helping people to celebrate their skills and success, butalso about clarifying thinking, asking awkwardquestions, encouraging them to take risks. M Kelly, Personnel Director for Nikko EuropeAlthough a familiar concept, its application varies greatly and definition as to what is meant by mentoring is equally varied. There is a sense in which mentoring is whatever the two people regard as appropriate. School Management Task Force
  • 4. A MENTOR MIGHT BE A . . .Tutor Sounding BoardAdvisor Route to OthersGuide Role ModelCoach ChampionConfidante Friend
  • 5. What’s in it for the mentor?Improved leadership and communication skillsNew perspectivesEnhanced reputationPersonal satisfaction
  • 6. And for the mentee?Valuable adviceKnowledge and skills developmentA wider, more long-term viewAccess to networksCareer advancement
  • 7. HAVE YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A MENTOR ? Good at Empathetic Active listenerbuilding rapport Observant Good questions Able to challenge Good with Future focused Available time feedback
  • 8. Things to think about when setting up a mentoring relationship . . . Where to look for your mentor/mentee Frequency of contact Method of contact Confidentiality and other ground rules Duration of the partnership
  • 9. Judith Jewell Professional and Personal Developmentjudithjewell@hotmail.co.uk020 8942 8576 1 Long Walk07740 257 253 New Malden Surrey KT3 3EJ

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